The Easybeats

The Easybeats were an Australian rock band that released five albums between 1965 and 1969 and scored national hits with “Sorry,” “She’s So Fine,” “Wedding Ring,” and “Heaven and Hell.” Abroad, they charted with “St. Louis” and the sixties anthem “Friday On My Mind.” The creative team of Harry Vanda and George Young went into […]


Grapefruit was an English pop-psych band that released the 1968–69 albums Around Grapefruit and Deep Water. Singer Alexander Young resurrected the name for the 1971 Deram single “Sha-Sha.” Members: George Alexander [aka Alex Young] (bass, vocals), John Perry (guitar, vocals), Peter Swettenham (guitar), Geoff Swettenham (drums), Mick Fowler (piano, organ, guitar), Bob Wale (vocals, lead […]

Flash & The Pan ‎– Headlines (1982)

Headlines is the third album by Australian modernist art-rock project Flash and the Pan, released in 1982 on Albert/Ensign/Epic. For this release, project masterminds Harry Vanda and George Young are joined by fellow Easybeats alumni Stevie Wright. Tracklist: A1. “Jetsetters Ball” (4:49) A2. “Don’t Vote” (2:48) A3. “Waiting for a Train” (4:43) A4. “War Games” (4:20) […]